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Science Fiction of the Day Android App
Fri, 19 Apr 2013 14:16:53 +0000

Version 2.0 of the "SciFi of the Day" Android app has been released. It includes the following new features:

- Support Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean).

- Ability to select text.

- Ability to change font size.

- Added Community menu option.

We've also added several Roger D. Aycock short stories to the app. They make interesting reads.

Finally, visit our "SciFi eBooks on Android" Facebook page to see neat images and artworks that are related to the short stories. Feel free to add you own.


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"Out of Fuel" Android App
Tue, 03 Jul 2012 20:12:34 +0000

We have just added another full story-line to the "Out of Fuel" make your own adventure. This time, it involves Hellman and Casker, who are starving through space. Will they be able to scrap up enough food to get home? You decide.

You can play through the full "Out of Fuel" story to find the new story line. Or you can start here.


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Timeless SciFi Classics
Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:12:39 +0000

It was funny to read science fiction of the future humanity when such a futuristic society is dated 1972. I read such a scifi story recently using Gutenberg eReader on my Android phone. And one of the first thing that came to my mind was that the story would have been just as relevant if it had been dated 2072 or even 2172.

It occurred to me that many books and stories in the Cyno's Role-Play series has explicit dates as well. For example, one of its supplement is titled, "Earth 2143 A.D.".

Although dates on the Cyno's Role-Play series are dated far in advance, pass our lifetimes, eventually they will fall as victims into the same trap. With today's technology improving at the current rate in all industries, it wouldn't be shocking if someone is to announce that any of us would live past 2143.

Therefore, after much thought, I have decided to eliminate all specific dates from the Cyno's Role-Play series. Instead, a vague notion of date will be used. For example, "Earth 2143 A.D." could be renamed to "Future Earth". And a passage like, "In 2143", could be replaced with "A long time from now".

This turn of event reduces the stress level of keeping the dates straight in gaming and in reading our stories for entertainment purposes. For ages to come, everyone will enjoy reading stories within the Cyno's Role-Play universe without the specific dates ruining the story element.


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New "Collector's Item" Short Story
Sat, 14 Jan 2012 21:02:05 +0000

"Collector's Item", written by Evelyn E. Smith, is a fun, funny, and exciting short story that involves a group of stranded scientists on planet Zia and several alien telepathic zoologists. This lighthearted story has deception, betrayal, and conspiracy to make you wonder who will ultimately win to the very end.

"Collector's Item" has so many elements that are similar to the scifi world created for Cyno's Role-Play that we tied it to the Arkedine Solar System from the Space Worlds supplement. Planet Zia is an excellent backdrop for one of the old Ferriton home worlds. Thus, the short story serves as a prequel to the Slavery of Earth scenario.


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New Power Suits
Thu, 05 Jan 2012 20:30:41 +0000

We have just added these new Battle Armros to the U.N.F. and APA in our Earth 2143 A.D. and Space World supplements. These Battle Armors keeps infantries alive on the battlefield and other hazardous environments. Be sure to take a look at these game books and check them out.


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Mars 2143 A.D.
Thu, 17 Nov 2011 00:00:44 +0000

I've spent some time correcting grammatical errors and filing out details for the Mars 2143 A.D. supplement. It is now complete. I will continue to make minor changes, such as fixing typos, etc. And probably add a spacesuit section. But the changes will be so minor that I believe the Mars 2143 A.D. supplement is now a finished product. I hope you enjoy this supplement for Cyno's Role-Play.


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Free No Spectate TMNF Server
Wed, 16 Nov 2011 23:58:53 +0000

December of last year, Nadeo placed restrictions on non-paying players of their free TrackMania Nations Forever. The restrictions included one round of spectating time-out for every five races participated when playing on their FreeZone servers. It was an unfortunate move that frustrated new players to no ends.

Therefore, we've started our own TrackMania Nations Forever server that is free for all players. And whether you are a paying or a non-paying player, you won't have to sit out on any race. We hope our action will help new and old players enjoy the online multiplayer version of the game. Read more about our online TrackMania server and join us today!


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